Sheffield Inclusion Centre
 

Spring Lane,

Sheffield,

S2 2JQ

 

Telephone: 0114 2531988

Fax: 0114 2531989

 

Primary Inclusion Centre
 
Spring Lane,
Sheffield,
S2 2JQ

 

Telephone: 0114 2835866

Fax: 0114 2531989

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About

Dear parents and carers,

Following the guidelines we will be accommodating of students with EHCPs and those with parents in the emergency services. Even though the school will be open to these students, we are running at a very low percentage of staff due to self-isolation.

As of next week we will have a team of 8 staff calling each day to check in with you and your son or daughter. These staff are very experienced and if you need support we will as a school respond to your needs.

Please continue to check the website for updates and see the School at Home tab for links to learning on line. You should have received a letter and a work pack hand delivered from us. On this letter you will find the contacts below, particularly important as our reception will not be taking calls. Please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Tuesday Rhodes              07773176804

Ash Khan                          07773176782

Trudi Eldridge                  07850284742

Please take care and be assured I will keep this website updated to keep you informed.

Tuesday

Our single purpose is to make a positive difference to the lives of young people

Welcome to Sheffield Inclusion Centre

 

                                   

                                         

Head Teacher - Tuesday Rhodes

Welcome to the Sheffield Inclusion Centre. It is my privilege to work with our exceptional staff in providing the support, care and fresh start for your son or daughter. Our single purpose is to make a positive difference to the lives of young people. We do this by focusing on the needs of the young person and their family and putting together a personalised plan to build in success, modify behaviour and rebuild self-worth.

We achieve this with a range of personalised learning pathways and by surrounding the young person with a team who care and believe in them. The team is made up of teachers, mentors, teaching assistants, therapists, outreach workers, Virtual Education workers, etc. We are fortunate enough to be supported by a range of external agencies from health and social care.

The majority of our young people have found mainstream education challenging and often come to us thinking they have failed. It is our job and our passion to change that perception and to find the key that will put your son or daughter back on the right tracks.

The majority of young people will only be with us for a limited time as they will be reintegrated back into mainstream. On returning to mainstream we provide a mentor to ensure the transition is successful.

However, for some of our young people reintegration may not be possible. Young people come to us with unrecognised Special Educational Needs and in some cases a full assessment of need is carried out resulting in an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP). In some cases, these young people maybe better placed at a Special School and again we will ensure we support that transition.

Other young people might find returning to mainstream overwhelming and in such cases a full-time education package which may include the use of Alternative Provision will be put together. We work closely with a select group of trusted, LA approved providers who share our purpose and values.

Our young people learn inside and outside the classroom. They acquire the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to be the best they can be and to ultimately enjoy a worthwhile and fulfilling life.

Our single purpose is based on these values.

  • Everyone deserves a fresh start and access to an appropriate curriculum

  • Everyone can aspire when they start to feel success

  • Everyone learns differently and at a different pace

  • Everyone functions and learns better when they feel safe and there are routines

  • Everyone needs support to alter their behaviour and mind set

  • Everyone needs to know about the opportunities in order to take them

  • Everyone needs others to believe in them, care for them and respect them

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